Kyle is the original founder of Midnight Buffet. He hails from Indiana where he hosted a public access news program and directed the production of Bat Boy: The Musical. Now in NYC, he has written the book and lyrics for the shows Night of the Singing Dead, Local and Jaws: The Musical. He also created the web series Food and is an aspiring pixel artist, recently completing his 40 square-foot masterpiece, Project Springfield.
Follow on Twitter: @KyleMcCoy37
Becky Ferreira is a Canadian writer, comedian and raptor based in New York. She has been published in Popular Science, Wired, Bust magazine, Glamour, TheAwl.com and The L Magazine amongst others. Her fiction has been published in One Cool Word and flashquake.
Becky doesn't just seek out more attention than she deserves in writing - she also craves it on the stage. She is an Upright Citizen Brigade-trained improviser who has performed short and long-form improv internationally for over a decade. She is a member of the New York stand-up and storytelling scene, has performed at Comix Comedy Club, and hosts a science-themed comedy show called Rocket Talk. She was eaten by a shark in Midnight Buffet's production of Jaws: The Musical (and is a proud member of the Midnight Buffet team).
She founded and mastered the scientific discipline of "paleocosmology," which is the study of dinosaurs in space and was featured on the "Year of the Blog" project.
She inserted many links into this biography, and will end with this one of a cute dog wearing a human butt.
Follow on Twitter: @beckyferreira
Drew St. Aubin
Andrew St. Aubin has spent one night in every US state except Hawaii. Currently living under a bridge in Brooklyn, this man plays in more bands than he has fingers. He wouldn't call himself an actor, unless it would improve his chances of sleeping with you. Catch phrases include "I Got Nuttin Ta Lose!" and "Friggen-A Right!" You can hear some of Drew's musical meanderings via Sons Of the Granite State, Super Mirage, Jason Anderson & 57th Street, or order your copy of JAWS: The Musical.
Marty Allen is many things, but to a lot of people he's "that sock puppet guy." For the last five years Marty has made his living selling photographs of original sock puppets he creates - or Sock Puppet Portraits. Each one has an elaborate life, much of which can be followed on the internet via Facebook, Youtube, Myspace, and other social networking nonsense.
It gets worse. Many of his puppets perform with him in a strange multimedia band/misguided artistic endeavor called Uncle Monsterface. Most recently, Monsterface Inustries has embarked upon Sock Puppet Manor- a soap opera featuring many of Marty's sock puppet characters.
In the summer of 2010, Marty was delighted to perform as Quint in JAWS: The Musical, thus joining the gloriously rag-tag Midnight Buffet family. He looks forward to more opportunities to yell in public.
After being sold to gypsies at a tender age, Caitlin quickly learned that only she could prevent forest fires. Deeply entrenched in the red tape of tv and radio production by day, she spends her nights entangled in the social media web (kinda like that show Reboot, only less terrifying).
She is thrilled to be a part of the original launch team of Jaws: The Musical. Her only two loves are karaoke and headbands.